Forcibly Tormented


We all have different temperaments and the triggers that ensue. More often than not, road rage is a common factor to our anger. None of us can escape it. We may control it temporarily, but it’s the inevitable truth that we all have. What can we do? If we give in, we can forget civility, which is exactly the very thing we must contain. Don’t lose the free will, to the torment of the devil. It’s exactly what he wants, to lose ourselves and the decorum that makes a civil society. Much has been lost and much has lately been exposed publicly to population. Leaving all of us bewildered on how to conduct ourselves. No one wants to be considered weak, therefore, many are acting as aggressors, to appear violent, when they are innocent.

Its all an intricate process that many don’t understand and seems like a process that will ultimately get worse before it gets better. All that is happening within the U.S government is an exhortation and we’re not ready for the calamity that awaits. Has it really come to this, where all it takes is a grimace, to bring on violence and mayhem. This is not the United States of old, but a divided country ready to implode. State after state, city after city is becoming a place of people trouncing one another, for what? To gain the upper hand to make civilized citizens feel inferior! Road rage is quickly becoming an extremely hazardous crime that many do often and cause deadly accidents. In the highly intense situation of road rage, the mind is audacious to everything at that point. Many drivers have had incidents of being angry behind the wheel, but some can take the initiative and move passed it. The pandemonium is all too real and the effects of others, are becoming a domino affect, on all others.

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About luis castillo

An introvert who enjoys reading, writing and journal entry and recently picked up iphoneography along the way. My "Walls of Solitude" is my sanctuary and where most, if not all of my writings scream through my fingertips.
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